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BED 3| 1D Spring 200:5
Dr. Zhan Nmnclsignt
SELECT THE SINGLE BEST ANSWER FDR EACH OF THE FULLWING:
(2.5 points for each question]
1. Which is NOT an example of evolution?
. Development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
History of life on Earth
The history of life spans five intervals of geologic time
Key concepts One can view the history of life as a phylogenetic tree. The geologic record Mass Extinctions History of Life Key terms Conclusions
Transport in Plants
Key Concepts Transport overview Proton Pumps Cellular Level and Plant Level Xylem Transport Phloem Translocation
Key Terms Conclusions
Proton pumps play a central role in transport across plant
Plants: Reproduction and development
Sexual reproduction is the premier reproductive mode of flowering plant life cycles
1. Key concepts 2. Flower structure 3. Development of seeds and fruits 4. Key terms 5. Conclusions
Interactions within communities of organisms
1. Key concepts 2. Ecosystems and communities 3. Competition, Predation, Commensalism, Mutualism, 4. Key Terms 5. Conclusions
A habitat is the type of place wh
Growth is a feature common to all populations of living organisms
1. Key concepts 2. Population growth 3. Limiting factors on growth 4. What contributes to the growth of a
5. Population density 6. Regulation o
We need energy!
1. 2. 3.
Key Concepts Respiratory surface & systems
Human Respiratory System Transportation of O2 and CO2 Smoking and diseases Key terms Conclusions
4. 5. 6. 7.
1. Multicelled animals r
Controlling the Internal Environment
A urinary system is crucial to balancing the intake and output of water and solutes
1. Key concepts 2. Thermoregulation 3. Temperature 4. Water Balance and Waste Disposal 5. Excretory Systems 6. Human Uri